It is almost time to register for Fall 2020 and Winter 2021!
Students can access their registration time in Aurora.
It’s almost time to register for your Fall and Winter Term classes, and there are a few things you will need to know. Registration access times for students on the Fort Garry campus will be available Friday, July 10.
Students can access their registration time in Aurora. Here’s how:
- Log in into Aurora.
- From the ‘Enrolment and Academic Records’ tab, click on ‘Registration and Exams’, then ‘Registration Time and Status.’
- Select the applicable term.
Make sure you clear any holds that prevent registration before your registration time.
Once your registration opens, you will have 24/7 access to register for courses in Aurora until registration closes.
- Bison Athletes, students authorized for early registration with Accessibility Services, President’s Scholars and Leaders of Tomorrow begin registering Monday, July 13.
- New students begin registering Tuesday, July 14.
- Returning students begin registering Thursday, July 23.
Student ID Cards: Information regarding your student ID card will be sent out the week of July 13.
Fall and Winter Term Course Delivery
Most Fall term courses will be delivered remotely. It is possible that Winter term courses may be similarly structured. Your computer or device, and Internet connection should meet the UM Student Connectivity Recommendations (PDF).
If a course is delivered remotely using a video conferencing platform, you may be required to install University approved software on your device and you may be required to have and use a webcam. During videoconferencing, your personal information, in the form of your name, image, and any questions or answers you pose during classes, may be collected under the authority of The University of Manitoba Act. The information you provide will be used by the University for the purpose of supporting student learning. Exams for remotely delivered courses may be invigilated online. If your exam is invigilated online, you may be required to install University approved software on your computer and you may be required to have and use a webcam while taking the exam. During proctoring, your personal information, in the form of your name and image may be collected under the authority of The University of Manitoba Act. Your personal information will not be used or disclosed for other purposes, unless permitted by The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). If you have any questions about the collection of your personal information, contact the Access & Privacy Office (tel. 204-474-9462), 233 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2. If you have any questions regarding your online lectures or exams, please contact your instructor.
Winter Term courses have been scheduled and may be viewed in the 2021 Winter Term Class Schedule. Unless otherwise noted, Winter Term (Part B) sections of term-spanning courses will continue to be delivered in the same format as Fall Term (Part A) sections.
It is uncertain at this time how other Winter Term courses will be delivered. The teaching delivery method for those courses may be adjusted based on updated public health information and directives. Further details will be available in Fall Term.
Returning Students: Limited Access does not currently apply to students previously subject to this restriction for three consecutive terms. You will be able to register to repeat a course (or equivalent) during your initial registration time, but you will see a warning indicating you have already taken the course. You do not need permission from your faculty to repeat a course.
Waitlists: Some courses will have a Waitlist, allowing students to be added to a waitlist and notified when a space becomes available. It is very IMPORTANT that all students claim their U of M email account and keep the account active to receive Waitlist notifications. Check your U of M email often.
You should know that you will not be able to
- register in a course and go on a waitlist for other sections of the same course
- go on a waitlist for a course that has a time conflict with a course you are already registered in.
You must choose whether to register or go on a waitlist.
If you have further questions, please see an academic advisor (Undergraduate, Graduate).